The pools are open, schools are closing for the summer – and we’re all spending a whole lot more time outside.
Which means – it’s officially sunscreen season.
Okay – technically, every season should be sunscreen season. (In fact, the American Cancer Society estimates that one American dies eve
Smoothies. I love em. Not because they taste yummy (which, the way I make them, they do!), but because they’re an incredibly easy way to get more veggies into my diet.
Over the past year or so, I’ve perfected the art of smoothie making. I’ve learned what works, what doesn’t work, what ta
Starting an indoor herb garden is a great way to add fresh ingredients to your meals. And having some green plants around the house is never a bad idea!
Starting an indoor herb garden requires a little planning, a lot of sunlight, and regular care, but it’s definitely worth it. Whether you’re
From heart health to mental health and even digestive function, we’ve found a few supplements that everyone should be taking – including you!
1. Vitamin D Supplements
What is it? Where Can I Find It?
According to The Mayo Clinic, “Vitamin D” refers to two forms important in humans. One c
Can you feel it?
Can you hear it?
Are you starting to get a little excited?
Spring is nearly here, folks. I know – some of us are still stuck in a snowbank (Hi, Mom!) – but trust me when I tell you that in a matter of weeks, it will be spring!
Please… let it be Spring in a few weeks!
As I age, and watch everyone around me age, I feel this overwhelming desire to stop time. Since I can’t however, I’ve decided to chase the fountain of youth by way of healthy lifestyle choices.
Some might call it a hobby; others (my family) might call it an obsession.
I call it a passion to a
Need a laugh? Want to smile? Want to feel good about humanity and full of hope for the future?
Here are 12 uplifting books to add to your reading list today.
1. Paper Towns, by John Green, is described as a “teen-pleaser,” but the chase that Margo leads Quentin on seems like a great st
Our family’s battle with food allergies continues.
Our youngest son was diagnosed with a peanut allergy at the age of one, and we’ve been diligent about keeping all nuts away from him.
Except for that one time when he got a bite of someone’s peanut butter sandwich. And the other time that som
It’s that time again: cold and flu season. Though my kids and I all got vaccinated, I know nothing is 100%. In fact, seasonal flu vaccines, according to the DCD, are designed to protect only against the “most likely” flu strains for this season. And, of course, it does nothing to ward off the